TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 153: Guidelines for Providing Access to Public Transportation Stations is intended to aid in the planning, developing, and improving of access to high capacity commuter rail, heavy rail, light rail, bus rapid transit, and ferry stations. The report includes guidelines for arranging and integrating various station design elements.
The print version of TCRP Report 153 is accompanied by a CD-ROM that includes a station access planning spreadsheet tool that allows trade-off analyses among the various access modes--automobile, transit, bicycle, pedestrian, and transit-oriented development--for different station types. The appendices to TCRP Report 153 are also available on the CD-ROM.
The items contained in the CD-ROM are also available for download below.
In 2009 TRB released TCRP Web-Only Document 44: Literature Review for Providing Access to Public Transportation Stations, which describes the results of the literature review associated with the project that developed TCRP Report 153.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||1-4|
|Chapter 2 - Station Access Planning Tools and Process||5-18|
|Chapter 3 - Insights from Transit Agencies||19-32|
|Chapter 4 - Station Typology, Access Modes, and Access Policy Guidance||33-43|
|Chapter 5 - Travel Demand Considerations||44-53|
|Chapter 6 - General Station Access Guidelines||54-58|
|Chapter 7 - Pedestrian Access to Transit||59-65|
|Chapter 8 - Bicycle Access to Transit||66-76|
|Chapter 9 - Transit Access||77-91|
|Chapter 10 - Automobile Access and Park-and-Ride||92-114|
|Chapter 11 - TOD and Station Access||115-129|
|List of Agency Abbreviations||133-133|
|Appendices A Through E||134-134|
|Abbreviations used without definitions in TRB publications||135-135|
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